Magnet Man handing out school supplies to children in the remote village of Jurunku

Magnet Man performing at the Slavery Remembrance Play on the Tall Ship Museum in Glasgow Harbour accompanied by Students from Lochend High School in Scotland.

Magnet Man Supports

Make Poverty History Campaign

On June 2nd 2005 Magnet Man joined in solidarity with millions of people around the world and petitioned for the eradication of Global poverty and injustice.

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Magnet Man and his Charity “Make A Difference Foundation” are committed to help improve the lives of those in need.

Food, Water and Education are the three main essentials needed for any society to begin the process of development  and sustainability.

It’s his firm belief that every human being has a divine right to these basic needs. 

Leticia Abraham, from Mexico is responsible for building the  first school in Jurunku, Gambia for the children so they can have a chance of an education,

but she needs more support with supplies and teachers.

It was at 2007 UNICEF-Bremen Gala dinner where Leticia met Magnet Man, She briefed him about some of the life-changing projects she was embarking on in The Gambia. He became inspired and promised to do something.

Now Magnet’s Charity and Unicef-Bremen have adopted the village of Jurunku and will do what they can to assist in the projects.